Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 8
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 8

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 17, 1967
Page 8
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PAGES T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967 AT COLUMBIA I Editor To Attend Seminar Session Donaldson Rites Set Tomorrow Tariff Details Due In 6-10 Weeks William S. Milburn, editor of the editorial page of the Tucson Daily Citizen, will be one of 25 newspaper men to attend a two-week seminar for editorial page editors and writers beginning Sunday in New York City. The seminar will be held at the American Press Institute at Columbia University. M e m b e r s will hear discussions of education, foreign policy, economics, pollution and conservation, public health, urban crime and law enforcement, the antipoverty program and urban development and design. The seminar is designed to explore methods of improvini editorial page readership anc influence, conducting public service campaigns and.analyz ing various editorial and opposite editorial pages to find methods of improving them. Milburn, 50, joined the Citi zen in 1951 as a reporter. Hi became community service edi tor and promotion director 1952, editorial writer in 196 and editor of the editorial pag in 1966. He is president' of the 01 Pueblo Club and past presiden of the Tucson Community Coun William S. Milburn cil and Western Region of the National Newspaper Promotion Association. A native of Chicago, he is a graduate of the University of Arizona and a World War II Army veteran. In 1964, Milburn and his wife, Betty, editor of the Citizen's Woman's View, took a leave of absence to work on the Goldwater for President campaign. Funeral services for Olen W. Donaldson, new car sales manager for Holmes Tuttle Ford who died of a heart attack Monday in Dallas, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Arizona Mortuary Chapel, Stone Avenue and Third Street. Mr. Donaldson, 52, of 1167 W. Samalayuca Dr., had gone to Dallas to attend the Ford Motor Institute. A native of Sheridan, Ark., he attended Henderson College in Arkadelphia, Ark. Before moving here in 1957, Mr. Donaldson worked in Los Angeles. He was employed by Hughes Aircraft Co., before joining Holmes Tuttie four years ago. Mr. Donaldson, a Navy veteran of World War II, was a "member of the First Southern . Baptist Church here. He also was active in youth programs and served as a member of the Amphitheater school district budget advisory council. Survivors include his wife, Evaline, two sons, Gary, of WASHINGTON (AP)-It will I be six to 10 weeks before consumers, businessmen and farmers learn what benefits--or as some industries suspect, what drawbacks--will result from the Kennedy Round of tariff cutting at Geneva. The detailed, item-by-item new schedule of tariffs on some 6,300 farm and industrial items probably will not be completed until just before June 30, the deadline for President Johnson's signing of the trade agreement. Bv then tht schedules will be available here for inspection'in some form or o'.her, said Leonard U. Wilson, special assistant to William M. Roth, chief U.S. negotiator. "But it may be another 15 to 30 days later before the usual detailed analysis and documentation can be duplicated and made available generally," Wilson added. "That's our best guess now." Even the indusries which criticized .the Geneva outcome- including the Manufacturing Chemists Association in Washington and the American Iron and Steel Institute, New York-- ! noted their comments were based on incomplete knowledge. The White House counseled patience. President Johnson said Tuesday that "much hard work remains to be done" in putting general understandings into concrete form. His statement added: "The final details must await the completion of this work--and final'approval given by governments." Compilation of the new tariff schedule has been in process for weeks. Each tariff must be checked by all 53 governments involved in the talks. About 60 employes of the U.S. Tariff Commission now are in Europe checking the figures, 1 Wilson said. Meantime, no one in this country can answer questions on any of the newly negotiated proposed duties. The June 30 deadline for signing of the agreement by the £3 countries is the expiration date of Johnson's powers under the Trade Agreement Act of 1962 to cut American tariffs up to 50 per cent on nearly all items on the U.S. tariff list SlJNHAVEN OF T UCSON 4200 E.BENSON HIGHWAY 'ROUND RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY . 4 HOLE GOIPC01JRSE J jj« UP MARKET · HEATED SWIMMING POOl nmT c inn IIPE ALL UTILITIES AND MAINTENANCE PH. 294-1485 . 2 BR. UNFURNISHED APARTMENT $1 02-1 M [PER MO. · 1 BR. UNFURNISHED APMJMJENT $M PER MO. · Ai COVE UNFURNISHED APARTMENT $77 PER MO. I EFFICIENCY UNFURNISHED APARTMENT $67 PER MO MANAGED BY BUTERA TRUST, INC. FOR FHA LEFT TO RIGHT: 1ST ROW · Vnceling Wes Nielsen, Supply Soletman B*rt Schonebtrgtr, Business Machint Salesman Rob Ecclciton, Supply Salesman 2ND ROW: John Johnson, School Salesman M Nys.roni, School Salesman CViet Porter, Office Furniture 3RD ROW: Dan Couturier, Branch Manager Charles Bartletl, Service LAST ROW, Manager RicV Rickli, Business Machine 5al« Ken Smith, Business Machine Soles Salesman Fred Schmidt, Sales Manager Ray Johnson, Audio Visual Salesman Dick Erkkson, Business Machme Salesman Sales Dick Holland, Office SupplyOeparlment Manager . Supply ·"»"·» Moch "" No Half-Day Sessions At Elementary Schools There will be no elementary schools on half-day sessions next year in District 1, but both Palo Verde and Pueblo highs will be. The school board decided last night that children who will at- t e n d Erickson Elementary when it opens sometime next spring will not be placed on a half-day session at Dietz school Tucson, and Capt. Ben M. Donaldson, of the Air Force, stationed -in Guam; His mother, Mrs. Grace Swiney, of Sheridan, Ark.; a brother, Cmdr. C. A. ' Donaldson, U. S. Navy (Ret), arid one grandson. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. before .the new facilities are ready. The students will continue to be bussed to Hughes, Myers, Blenman and Bonillas schools, but will move into Erickson with changing teachers. The board authorized the purchase of four portable classrooms for $42,000 to relieve crowding expected in Govern- m e n t Heights and Steele -schools. Transfer of portables from Myers school had been planned, but these buildings now will be needed for the Erickson students, according to Dr. Robert Morrow, superintendent. Pueblo High was placed on double sessions for next year, with classes running from 6:25 a.m. to 12:25 p.m., and 12:37 p.m. to 6:37 p.m. In past years, the school has operated on staggered -shifts. Palo Verde has been on half-days for several years. In other action, the board approved a Chinese Mandarin language course for Catalina and Tucson highs, adopted new policies on selection of textbooks, approved plans for some $110,000 worth of fencing, athletic courts and lawn for Sahuaro High, and tabled for three months a recommendation to buy earthquake insurance. Freight Rate Study Requested WASHINGTON (AP) -- Ten senators, including Sen. Paul Fannin,-R-Ariz., have asked for a : Transportation Department study of freight rates in the Rocky Mountain area. The request was signed .by Sen. Frank E. Moss, D - Utah. He asked Transportation Secretary Alan Boyd to provide suggestions to aid in determining the effects of freight charges on commerce in the Rocky Mountain states. Hearing Set On Petrified Forest Plan HOLBROOK (AP) - A public hearing will be held Tuesday in Holbrook on a proposal to set aside 43,020 acres as a wilderness area within Petrified Forest National Park. The proposed wilderness area is located in the remote and rugged Painted Desert section of the park near the north boundary. It includes the Black Forest, a portion of Chinde Mesa, Pilot Rock, Lithodendron Wash and the Onyx Bridge. If it is designated as a wilderness area, no development of jyp.ublic use facilities will be permitted. The National Park Service invites interested persons and organizations to appear at the hs3i*iri a which will start at 9 a.m. in the conference room of the Valley National Bank. Written statements also will be accepted. These 16 Men (and their 274 statewide associates) invite you to the Grand Opening of the Big, New PB SW store that serves Downtown, All-over-town Al Barbara Rowland now read 7-10 times faster! This will be one Grand Opening you'll enjoy. And you may be a winner, too. Our department heads, customer contact men, service men, and sales personnel, 45 here in Tucson, are joined by 245 PSBW employees all over Arizona in a Grand Welcome to You. 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Barbara Rowland, a prodigious reader for many yean, wrth on excellent background and education began tic weeks ago reaching 250 wpm, now she has better comprehension and retention reading 7700 wpm, she now has time for other pleasure* such at woler iking, golf, Kwing ond cooking. (M-M-M-M-whota cook). Barbara Says, "Wild ambitions to be. o legal secretary, this a tne" most imp'ortant brio*~| rewarding skill I have ever learned, I am so happylhat I began." Al I. Barbara will soon be among th* more than 300,000 Evelyn Wood Reading Dynamics intitule graduates whet hav. increased their reading efficiency on aver- ageoM70%. Other graduates include members oF the White Mouse Staff under the tale President Kennedy, members of Congress, business executives, educator}, high school and college students and housewives. Many Tucson people were disappointea because the April sessions were completely filled. Reservations ere now being accepted f o r a new series of May classes in Tucson. 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